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Outside magazine called Leclerc "one of the best young alpinists in the world," and his biography on Arc'Teryx's website says he completed several ascents in Canada and Patagonia.We are terribly sorry but we cannot show the topic that you were looking for.This may be for a few reasons: * The topic has been removed by our administrators.Treya Klassen, a close friend of Leclerc's father, said on the weekend the young man has had his eye on climbing Mendenhall Towers for a decade.Johnson was described in the online version of Alpinist magazine as knowing the Mendenhall Towers "like nobody else." Megan Peters, a spokeswoman for the Alaska State Troopers, said it wasn't clear what went wrong because no one saw what happened. We know they set anchor," she told The Associated Press.Poor weather hampered search efforts when the men were reported overdue two days later.Leclerc grew up in a family that loved the outdoors and he became something of a climbing prodigy early on, said John Irvine, manager of global community marketing with outdoor gear company Arc'Teryx."Due to continuing significant avalanche danger and safety hazards, recovery efforts are not feasible at this time," the state troopers said in a news release Wednesday.Leclerc's father posted a message on his public Facebook page late Tuesday night with news the pair had died.You can also view videos from Prostate Cancer Canada on their You Tube Channel: Cancer Canada The Prostate Cancer Canada Network (PCCN) is a network of support groups run by prostate cancer survivors, designed to help men and their families diagnosed with the disease.Regular meetings are held in local communities across the country for both patients and their loved ones.